Rajasthan’s imperial architecture and striking scenes are a hot favorite among tourists and movie producers. Its glorious magnificence and history have colored many films beautifully. Also, their visuals to a remarkable effect.
Bearing an ornamented heritage crown that shimmers with a line of capturing areas, the city of Jaipur is an absolute explorers’ heaven. The huge forts in the Pink City are symbols of unmatched art and architecture. They have not only been the sceneries of memorable pictures but also, given standout settings to a part of Bollywood’s timeless creations.
Is it true that you are a Bollywood fan who aced the test with all the right responses? If not, we guarantee you that it won’t be a bad idea assuming you consider visiting these spots in Jaipur. Here is a list of some of the movies which show Bollywood’s love for Jaipur.
List of movies showing the Bollywood’s love for Jaipur
As Deepika Padukone expressed, she was in 10th grade when she heard about Bajirao Mastani. And after several years, that teen young girl became the main lead in the film. The elegant dance by Deepika on the song “Mohe Rang Do Laal” was shot in Amber Fort, one of the renowned forts in Jaipur.
We consider the film as one of the most outstanding Indian period drama movies ever made. Ashutosh Gowariker’s directorial was shot in the lovely Amber Fort. The film became involved in many controversies and was never released in Jaipur. But, it actually holds the essence and magnificence of Pink city. In a significant number of the scenes, brief looks at Amber Fort should be visible. The huge vessel in which Aishwarya Rai prepared food for the king is still there at Amber Fort.
We all remember this film as it actually gives us chills while watching. Despite the fact that Maunjulika escaped Vidya Balan fast, she could come in your bad dream in some cases. The shooting of this film was in Chomu Palace, Jaipur which is a lovely property to visit and spend time in. Chomu Palace is around 300 years old and is one of the significant vacation spots in Jaipur. The palace is rich and royal.
We all know Abhishek Bachchan’s love for Jaipur. He additionally owns the Kabaddi team of Jaipur. Abhishek Bachchan and Ajay Devgn starrer ‘Bol Bachchan’ was shot in Jaipur. A part of the songs and scenes were shot at places like Amer Fort, Chomu Palace, and Narain Niwas. You don’t need to travel miles to visit the shooting area. So, a semi-planned day could transform into something like this!
Shudh Desi Romance
The shooting of this film was in Jaipur. The song Gulabi from the film gives a brief look at Pink city. The shooting of this film was in various areas in Jaipur. Like Albert Hall, Raj Mandir, Amber Fort, Jal Mahal Palace, Hawa Mahal, Nahargarh. These are the main tourist spots in the city of Jaipur.
Sasural Genda Phool! The song which makes you refresh every time, was shot at Sambhar. Sambhar Lake, its magnificence, and also its heat intensity makes it a doubtful getaway. But, give it a shot in winter, and who knows you could find your hero there.
Rang De Basanti
The most famous song amongst youngsters, Masti Ki Pathshala from Rang de Basanti was also shot in Jaipur. The iconic place was Nahargarh Fort. The beauty of the fort was captured in this song.
We all know the film was not a major commercial hit yet it was India’s entrance for the Oscars. And besides, the locations where certain scenes were shot are worth going to. Paheli was shot completely in Rajasthan in 45 days! Indeed, that is a record! One of the scenes was shot in Chand Bhaori, the well-known stepwell in Jaipur.
We’ve all found out about the heritage and traditional areas in Jaipur which gave it the name Pink City. So, bring out your explorer animal inside you and go for that weekend getaway that you always keep planning.
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